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Third Vaccine Dose Authorized for Immunocompromised Individuals

Third Vaccine Dose Authorized for Immunocompromised

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The Food and Drug Administration has authorized a third vaccine dose for those individuals who are immunocompromised, to protect them from the highly contagious Delta variant. People with weakened immune systems are more susceptible to diseases and their effects. A third dose may provide improved protection.

Both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will allow for the third dose in certain cases. This may include individuals who had an organ transplant, HIV, or a history of cancer, among other conditions. Individuals should speak to their primary health care physician before determining whether they should seek an additional vaccine dose.

Employers should continue to encourage vaccines among their employees. They should also stay tuned for more vaccine updates in the coming months, including revised vaccination guidelines. Download the bulletin for more details.

 

Keep Yourself and Others Safe from COVID-19 When Returning to Work

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Bill Disch

Bill Disch

Since he was young, Bill Disch has possessed a strong sense of service – from delivering milk and newspapers, to serving in the Air Force. His integrity and strong desire aid in his want to make a difference in whatever he’s doing. Bill is known for his strong analytical capabilities and smart business sense. He enjoys coming up with creative solutions to complex problems by working together with all involved and leveraging his clients’ knowledge and talent. Bill has a background as a CPA and as an Assistant Business Superintendent for a Michigan K-12 school. He worked with National Insurance Services (NIS) for over 17 years in his previous employment and is happy to join the NIS service team. Bill will be working as an Account Representative in Indiana, as well as growing life and disability in Market Development in Michigan. He is a licensed insurance agent.